On Tuesday, the Republic of Korea's embassy to China shared on its official weibo account photos of a poster hanging on its outer wall. "China's difficulties are our difficulties, too," it said, "Come on, China!"
It also listed the required materials that Canada has provided to China, including breathing masks, goggles, protective clothing and gloves for medical use, which weigh 16 metric tons in all.
The Japanese embassy to China issued several weibo under the hashtag #lands apart, sky shared#, which is derived from an ancient Chinese-language poem and became a hot topic after being written on boxes of protective materials donated by Japan to China.
The girl, wearing a traditional Chinese qipao, was taking part in a weekend lantern festival in Tokyo, in which the event organizer set up a designated "Support for Wuhan" area. "China is a warm-hearted country. I'd love to go to Wuhan and see the cherry blossoms there after the epidemic," the girl told the Global Times in an exclusive interview on Sunday.
At the top of its weibo account is a handwritten letter from Japanese ambassador Yokoi Yutaka, who said "Come on, Wuhan" and "Come on, China".
A Japanese ballet troupe sang the Chinese national anthem in Chinese, the latest from Japanese society to support China’s fight against the coronavirus outbreak, which was well received by the Chinese.
The Spanish embassy official weibo account prominently displayed photos showing Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had met Chinese representatives there. It had a key sentence: "Disease is not dreadful; The ugly face of exclusivism is."
From Feb 3 to Feb 11, it has repeatedly talked about evacuating US citizens from Wuhan. And about refusing those who have traveled to China entry into US territory.
On Feb 8, it talked about assisting to ship 17.8 tons of medical and humanitarian materials to China.
Yet the hottest comments doubted its self-appointed title of being "the most generous donor of the world". The comments pointed out that, as the embassy itself admitted, it had "assisted to ship" instead of having "donated" the materials.